BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
February 2018 Journal
Freight through Warrington - colour spread by Tom Heavyside from the 1980s/90s.
Les Beet: Extracts from a Steam Locomotive Driver's Log Book - Part Two of Bruce Laws' notes on the career of a Nottingham footplateman's career.
Public and Private Opposition to Nineteenth Century Railways - by Jeffrey Wells.
The Fate of the Stainmore Route: Part Two - Edward Gibbins concludes his survey of the battles to close or save this famous trans-Pennine line.
The Ambergate Junction Complex - Jeffrey Wells looks at the rise and fall of a once notable Derbyshire junction.
90 Years of the Railway Correspondence & Travel Society - marking a notable anniversary of one of the longest-established railway societies.
The Shores of the Utmost West - four pages of Dick Riley's colour on the Devon coast.
Looks can be Deceptive - three colour pages featuring the oddly unsuccessful LMS 2-6-2 tanks.
Western Waysides - archive photos of rural stations on Great Western lines.
Poor Postal Services to Scotland - Alistair F. Nisbet looks at problems in getting the mail by train to and from the Far North.
The County Donegal Railways Joint Committee - David Pearson describes a series of unintended consequences in the history of this Irish narrow gauge system.
The Black Pugs of Ayrshire - David Idle's colour photographs of industrial steam in the Ayrshire coalfield.
Tackling the Gradient: Part Two - Miles Macnair describes the work of John Fell and looks at some locomotive/cable hybrids intended to address the problems of steam railway inclines.